Voters under 30 hold polarized political views based on gender, data shows
New data analysis indicates that voters under 30 hold increasingly polarized political views depending on their gender. Young women have moved sharply to the left in the past decade, while young men tilted more conservative.
We discuss the implications with Derek Thompson, staff writer for The Atlantic.
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